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Jacob GiacomettiExport to XDCAM HD422 with safe colors for TV...
by on Jun 25, 2015 at 12:26:13 pm
Last Edited By Jacob Giacometti on Jun 25, 2015 at 12:42:15 pm

Hello,

I thought I knew a lot about compression and codecs, but today I am completely lost about how to export this add for TV according to the standards they provided.
Can anyone come up with a step by step explanation on how to achieve this?

resolution: 1920 X 1080
container : MXF
codec: XDCAM HD422 Long GOP 50 in 1080i50 format - 50 Mb/sec - GOP-size: 12
illegal colors: colors must conform to ITU-R BT.709-5

I'm not even talking about the audio yet lol

Help much appreciated!
MP


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Massimo Alberto CroceRe: Export to XDCAM HD422 with safe colors for TV...
by on Jun 25, 2015 at 11:02:30 pm

 your sequence must be 1920 X 1080 50i and then export to mxf op1a and choose xdcam hd 50i in the format, if you want the signal don exceed ITU-R BT.709-5, put a broadcast safe on an adjustment layer on the top layer.

Massimo Alberto Croce
Video Editor, Colorist, Pro Tools Editor
massimoalberto.croce@gmail.com


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Tim KolbRe: Export to XDCAM HD422 with safe colors for TV...
by on Jun 28, 2015 at 1:34:14 am

I would use your waveform and vectorscope to analyze 709 compliance. The issue with a 'safe color' effect is that they usually don't scale a property, they clip it.

As long as you aren't overdriving color saturation (check the vectorscope), or luma (waveform), you'll be 709 color compliant on an HD sequence.

(Premiere Pro maps 601 color space for an SD sequence)

TimK,
Director, Consultant
Video Producer at I-CAR




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Massimo Alberto CroceRe: Export to XDCAM HD422 with safe colors for TV...
by on Jun 28, 2015 at 10:08:15 pm

[Tim Kolb] "I would use your waveform and vectorscope to analyze 709 compliance. The issue with a 'safe color' effect is that they usually don't scale a property, they clip it."

Tim, you are right!
the use of the broadcast-safe for safety reasons and expected already attention in the color correction.

Massimo Alberto Croce
Video Editor, Colorist, Pro Tools Editor
massimoalberto.croce@gmail.com


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